Planning Commission To Meet Monday For July Cases

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

The Planning Commission will meet Monday at 1 p.m. at the County Courthouse to hear a number of zoning cases.

Here is the agenda:

 

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  • Subdivision Plats & Variances

  • Variances

    1. Seven Lakes Subdivision (PUD) Deer Run Circle and Seven Lakes Drive-Lots 238 thru 240-Min Flag Lot Width, Flag Lot Size and Lot Less than 5 Acres Accessed by Easement 
      (Hamilton County District 9) 
      STAFF: DENY

    2. A.A. Bowman’s-Igou Gap Road-Lots 3 thru 5-Minimum Suburban Infill Lot Frontage 
      (City of Chattanooga District 4/Hamilton County District 7)
      STAFF: DENY

    3. J.M. Goads Subdivision-1315 West 46th Street- Lot 1-Minimum Lot Frontage for R-1 Residential Zone 
      (City of Chattanooga District 7/Hamilton County District 4)
      STAFF: APPROVE

    Preliminary Plat

    1. Seven Lakes Subdivision (PUD) Turkey Run-Phase IV-Lots 177 thru 193 
      (Hamilton County District 9) 
      STAFF: APPROVE

    Preliminary/Final Plat

    1. Bell Avenue Subdivision-Bell Avenue at James Blvd-Lots 1 thru 5 
      (Hamilton County District 2) 
      STAFF: APPROVE

    Final Plats

    1. Seven Lakes Subdivision (PUD)-Deer Run Circle and Seven Lakes Drive-Lots 215 thru 235 and Lots 238 thru 240 
      (Hamilton County District 9)
      STAFF: APP W/CONDS

    2. Highgate Subdivision-Burchard Road-Lots 1 thru 21 
      (Hamilton County District 1) 
      STAFF: APPROVE

    1. Old Business

    1. MR-2014-044 – Alan & Julie Von Gremp – Alley off 1100 block of Liberty Street (adjacent to property at 701 Boylston Street) – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral: Alley Closure
      (City of Chattanooga District 2, Hamilton County District 6) 
      STAFF: DENY

    1. New Business

    1. Rezonings, Closures/Abandonments, Special Permits, Condition Amendments

      1. 2013-144 – Napier Associates & Gunbarrel Partners – 2418, 2424, 2428 & 2440 Elam Lane, 2501, 2511, 2515 & 2519 Gunbarrel Road – City of Chattanooga - Rezone from R-1 Residential Zone and C-4 Planned Commerce Center Zone to MXU Zone 
        (City of Chattanooga District 4, Hamilton County District 8) 
        STAFF: DEFER 30 DAYS

      2. 2013-145 – Gunbarrel Partners – 2515, 2519 & 2527 Gunbarrel Road – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-1 Residential Zone to C-4 Planned Commerce Center Zone
        (City of Chattanooga District 4, Hamilton County District 8) 
        STAFF: DEFER 30 DAYS

      3. MR-2014-059 – Christy P. McCain – 1400 block Glen Haven Place – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral: Street Closure
        (City of Chattanooga District 2, Hamilton County District 6)
        STAFF: APPROVE

      4. 2014-061 – TC Development, LLC/Trey Stanley – 2506 Ocoee Street – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-1 Residential Zone to R-2 Residential Zone
        (City of Chattanooga District 9, Hamilton County District 5)
        STAFF: DENY

      5. 2014-062 – Matt McGauley -1003 East Dallas Road – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-1 Residential Zone to R-3 Residential Zone 
        (City of Chattanooga District 2, Hamilton County District 2)
        STAFF: DENY

      6. MR-2014-065 – Hopkins Surveying/Fountain Head Properties – Alley off 1400 block of Fairleigh Street at the rear of 2805 Riverside Drive – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral: Alley Closure
        (City of Chattanooga District 8, Hamilton County District 4)
        STAFF: APPROVE

      7. 2014-066 – Chris Senn/IMI Merchandising Holding, Inc. – 950 Riverside Drive – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from M-1 Manufacturing Zone TO R-4 Special Zone
        (City of Chattanooga District 8, Hamilton County District 4)
        STAFF: APP W/CONDS

      8. 2014-068 – Neuhoff Taylor Architects/YMCA Association of Metro Chattanooga – 7502 Shallowford Road – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-1 Residential Zone & R-4 Special Zone to C-4 Planned Commerce Center Zone
        (City of Chattanooga District 4, Hamilton County District 8)
        STAFF: APP W/CONDS

      9. 2014-069 – Neuhoff Taylor Architects/Barbara Moss BeVille – 9700 block East Brainerd Road – Hamilton County – Rezone from A-1 Agricultural District to C-2 Local Business Commercial District & R-3 Apartment-Townhouse District
        (Hamilton County District 7)
        STAFF: APP W/CONDS

    2. Government Mandatory Referrals

      1. MR-2014-063 – City of Chattanooga/Real Property/Gail Hart – 3202 Kellys Ferry Road – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral: Lease Agreement
        (City of Chattanooga District 1, Hamilton County District 6)
        STAFF: APPROVE

      2. MR-2014-067 – City of Chattanooga/Real Property, Gail Hart/Greg Vital – 300 block of West Matlock Street and 1300 block of Spears Avenue – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral: Property Acquisition
        (City of Chattanooga District 1, Hamilton County District 6) 
        STAFF: APPROVE

      3. A Resolution to Amend the Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 38 Zoning Ordinance, Article V, Division 26, Residential Planned Unit Development, Section 38-393 Permitted Uses, to Allow All Uses Permitted in the Underlying Zone(s)

      4. A Resolution to Amend the Hamilton County Zoning Regulations, Article VI, Section 401 Planned Unit Development, Permitted Uses, to Allow All Uses Permitted in the Underlying Zone

      5. A Resolution to Amend the Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 38 Zoning Ordinance, Article V, Division 14, UGC Urban General Commercial Zone, Sections 38-207 through 38-213

    1. Public Comments on Non-Agenda Items

    2. Approval of Minutes

    3. Adjourn


     


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